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Attention Parents & Teachers! 16 pages, fully illustrated, reading with worksheets, and FREE! >>> Re-released in 2020 and now available as PDF download!!! Maple Sugaring Among the Delaware follows the Native tradition of making sugar from tree sap, as was practiced by 18th century Lenape communities displaced from their eastern homelands. All 16 pages are illustrated with depictions reflecting 18th century Delaware life and sugarbush culture ---> ideal for young readers! First published in 2010, WIEP has revised and re-released this illustrated reading with bonus worksheets as a FREE online download for parents, guardians, childcare providers, teachers and youth group leaders.* Great for children in Delaware homelands aka New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania… Perfect for children in states with Delaware history and residency, like Ohio, Indiana, Missouri, and Kansas… Ideal for children in states with Delaware communities like Oklahoma and Wisconsin, and the providence of Ontario… And a relevant reading for any child (or adult) interested in Indigenous Woodland traditions or maple sugaring history. Click the pdf icon below to download!
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